Awesome DIY Projects That You Should Do – Part 2
You have probably read through our first list of simple DIY projects to do at home. But if you are looking for more fun crafts and projects, worry not, we’ve got you covered.
Learn here simple DIY projects that are awesome yet won’t break the bank.
Simple DIY Projects for Homeowners Looking to Upgrade Their Home
16. Cake Stands
Industrial strength glue can put together thrift-shop glassware and turn them into cake stands and pedestal bowls worthy for serving your guests during the holidays.
17. Nail Polish Key Identification
On this list of simple DIY projects is another idea that is oldie but goodie. If you have a lot of keys, you can paint them with different nail polish colors so that you know which is which for every door. This is particularly handy for emergencies.
18. Cassette Tape Wallet
Retro is in, and if haven’t actually seen cassette tapes before, you can at least transform them into something you can use—like wallets. Retro fabulous, isn’t it?
19. Painted Garden Stones
Get some use out of your calligraphy by painting garden stones with names of the plants that you’re trying to grow.
20. Wood-Burning Camp Stove
You will need a large tin can, some metal tent pegs and stakes, and a drill, and voila! you have a camp stove to cook your food in during your hiking trip.
21. “Fairy” Garden
This will be a great project for the kids. Use an old bucket, drawer, or bowl, add some earth and small plants, arrange some miniatures, and there you have it, a garden that even Tinkerbell will be happy about!
22. String Lanterns
The string globe lanterns that have been popular these days look intricate, but it’s actually pretty simple to make them! Get some twine, corn starch, glue, balloons, and spray paint. They will look amazing.
23. Dog Bed Suitcase
Your little pooch should also feel comfortable! A vintage suitcase-turned dog bed is easy to make. All you need to do is to clean it out, then add some fluffy pillows and his favorite dog toys. Simple, homey, and definitely full of love.
24. Mini Terrarium
Empty jars look sad, so fill them with some soil, moss, and small plants to look like mini gardens and terrariums. Adding some miniatures will also add some impact.
25. Wallpaper Dresser
Update your furniture with a fresh coat of paint and some wallpaper in contrasting or complementary hues.
26. Clothes Hanger Jewelry Storage
You can get eyelet screws everywhere, so why not screw them into wooden coat hangers to turn them into a jewelry organizer? Not only will it save you some space, you can trust that it will look cute.
27. Bath Salts
Buying bath salts can be expensive, but did you know it is actually very easy to make them? Epsom salts or coarse sea salt, essential oils, and a few drops of food coloring are all you need for that luxurious bath.
28. Paint Swatch Wall
If you’re finicky about choosing paint for your wall, you can opt to use all of them! Use color swatches that are available at home renovation stores and pin them all to the wall in a design that you like. They would look pretty in a classy, artistic rainbow kind of way.
29. Recycled Leather and Wood Shelves
There is no such thing as too much storage space. Even a new house or apartment that looks bare in the beginning would fill up soon enough (unless you’re hard into the minimalism type). So recycle old belts and get some woods and create a unique shelf.
Some of these simple DIY projects should hopefully inspire you to get more creative. Whether it’s a DIY headspace or space-saver, these could start a new hobby brimming with ideas.